Post by anniefrukes on Oct 26, 2019 18:38:54 GMT -7
A home is an excellent store of value. Home prices are less volatile than stock prices, so you take on less risk when you put money toward your mortgage than when you buy mutual funds. Plus, your home's value is generally going keep pace with inflation. The bottom line? Your home will likely keep its value. There's a chance you could get lucky, though, and enjoy outsized returns on your investment.
Post by tonymcfallen on Apr 19, 2020 19:03:41 GMT -7
Working with a mortgage broker can save you time and fees. Cons to consider include that a broker's interests may not be aligned with your own, you may not get the best deal, and they may not guarantee estimates. Take the time to contact lenders directly to find out first hand what mortgages may be available to you.